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  • Special Order 5 Cards W S Prog Covers

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    Special Order 1964, 1967, 1982, 2006, and 2011 St. Louis Cardinals World Series Program Covers

  • Special Order 6 Cards W S Prog Covers

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    Special Order 1926, 1931, 1934, 1942, 1944, 1946 St. Louis Cardinals World Series Program Covers.

  • 1903 W S Program Cover

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    In the first ever World Series, played in1903, Boston of the A.L defeated Pittsburg (as spelled on the cover) of the N.L. 5 games to 3 games. This is a reproduction of the 1903 World Series Program/Scorecard Cover.

  • 1905 W S Polo Grounds

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    The New York Giants defeated the Philadelphia Athletics 4 games to 1, winning the 5th and deciding game at the Polo Grounds.

  • 1907 Chicago Cubs

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    The 1907 Chicago Cubs won the World Series in 5 games over the Detroit Tigers.

  • 1907 W S Program Cover

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    Reproductions of the Program/Scorecard Covers from the 1907 World Series between the Detroit Tigers and the Chicago Cubs.


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    Reproductions of the Program/Scorecard Covers from the 1908 World Series between the Detroit Tigers and the Chicago Cubs.

  • Braves W S Program Covers

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    Boston/Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves World Series Program Covers

  • Indians World Series Program Covers

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    The Tribe has now appeared in "The Fall Classic" six times, 1920, 1948, 1954, 1995, 1997, and 2016. These are reproductions of each of the World Series Program Covers.

  • 1924 Negro League World Series

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    In 1924 the Kansas City Monarchs defeated the Hilldale Daisies in The First Colored World Series.

  • 1940 World Series Ticket

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    Ticket from Game One of the 1940 World Series, Crosley Field Cincinnati. The Reds won the 1940 World Series in seven games.

  • 1st Sports Illustrated Cover

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    The very first issue of Sports Illustrated, dated August 16, 1954, featured Eddie Mathews of the Milwaukee Braves on the cover. This is a reproduction of that cover.

  • Babe Ruth

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    "The Babe, The Bambino, The Sultan of Swat" no matter what the nickname George Herman "Babe" Ruth is the most famous and well known player in the history of Baseball. He was also arguably the best player in the history of the game. "The Babe" was a member of the Inaugural HOF Class of 1936.

  • Baseball Legends Video Slideshow


    The Baseball Legends Video Slideshow DVD contains over 750 images of the Heroes and Legends of the game. From the earliest stars to Ty Cobb, to Babe Ruth, to Jackie Robinson, to Hank Aaron and on to the modern day stars, all are represented here. This DVD also contains "The Fields of Dreams" Video Slideshow which contains over 20 of the Early Era Ballparks and Fields at no charge.

  • Baseball's All Time All Stars

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    This print is a photo illustration of Baseball's All Time All Stars as voted on by a panel of Baseball Historians and writers for Sports Illustrated's 50th Anniversary in 2004.

  • Cal Ripken Jr.

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    Baseball's Iron Man, Cal Ripken Jr. broke Lou Gehrig's record of 2130 straight games played in 1995. Ripken Jr. would go on to add 501 more games to his streak to push the new mark for consecutive games played to 2632.

  • Crosley Field

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    Crosley Field in Cincinnati opened in 1912 and was the home of the Reds until the middle of the 1970 season.

  • Ebbets Field

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    Ebbets Field opened in Brooklyn on April 9, 1913. Ebbets Field was home to the Dodgers until they moved to Los Angeles after the 1957 season.

  • Ernie Banks

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    "It's a great day for a ball game; let's play two!" - "Mr. Cub," Ernie Banks, one of the greatest players to ever play the game. Banks was the first player to win the National League MVP in consecutive years, 1958 and 1959.

  • Fenway Park

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    April 20, 2012 marked the 100th Anniversary of Fenway Park being the home of The Boston Red Sox. Fenway Park is the oldest Stadium still in use in the Major Leagues


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